11.130

About This Project

Educational Theory and Practice II

Concentrates on the theory and psychology associated with student learning. Topics include educational theory, educational psychology, and theories of learning. Students assume responsibility for full-time teaching of two or more classes at their designated school. Class sessions focus on debriefing and problem-solving. Second of a three-course sequence necessary to complete the Teacher Education Program.

Students talk about their practicum experience long after they leave MIT highlighting both the classroom experience as well as the opportunity to reflect on those experiences with their peers and instructors.

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Course Number(s)

11.130

Units

3-0-9

Term

IAP

Instructor

G. Schwanbeck

Course Designation(s)

HASS Concentration, Teacher Licensure

Prerequisite(s)

11.129

Category
Courses, Educational Practice and Theory Sequence, On Campus